Pakistani Politicians Get Accidental Cat Filters on Livestream

Pakistani Politicians Get Accidental Cat Filters on Livestream

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government in Pakistan has gone viral on Twitter after a live-stream showed officials using “cat filters.”

June 17, 2019
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government in Pakistan has gone viral on Twitter after a livestream showed officials using “cat filters.”
During the broadcast of the meeting, one viewer pointed out the problem and asked the administrator of the page to remove the filter on Facebook Live.
“Remove the filter, the man has been turned into a cat,” the user wrote according to Indian Express.
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Despite the quick action of the livestream administrator, viewers were quick to take screenshots of the funny mishap and shared them on Twitter.
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The pictures immediately went viral.
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Netizens from around the world now want all government meetings to be livestreamed with cat filters on.
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Some people shared adorable replies.
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However, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf officials did not find the “human error” to be hilarious.
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All necessary actions have been taken to avoid such incident in future with a great emphasis on strict enforcement of SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) and protocol for live coverage by the ground teams,” the political party wrote in a statement posted on Twitter.
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      Bryan Ke

      Bryan Ke is a Reporter for NextShark




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